My thought was that the cloth in these new trucks seems way more durable and comfortable than the cloth seats of the past. That with the low quality of the "leather" in these trucks these days (excluding high country), made me prefer cloth this time around. It seems a colossal waste of money to get leather these days because the cloth is better.
All in with $1k in accessories at cost with TTL I paid 34,700. It is a crew cab short box 5.3l LT with 3.42 gears with LT convenience package and sport package. MSRP was $48,500 with accessories. I traded a 2008 Jetta and they gave me $6250 for it to get the deal done although it was really worth $4500. TTL was about $3k. So before the actual trade value and TTL it was ~$36k
I got better than 20% in September on my chevy. This just makes it easier for some to get a deal like that.
I think it's because the gaps disappear on the darker colors. Although, I must say that I just came walking down my driveway looking at the front of my black LT and I think I still prefer the 2015's.
Are you planning on taking your HC for "heavy off roading"? I am sure most Denali owners understand that they don't have a truck designed to do any heavy off roading, As a matter of fact, the HC isn't designed for that either.
What about a 2014/15 Silverado or Sierra. That is what we are talking about. Maybe something changed.
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